Brookville, N.Y. -- Students looking to get ahead in their college career can earn three credits in 10 days at a 1/3 tuition discount through the Winter Session at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University.
Open to current C.W. Post graduate and undergraduate students, visiting students from other colleges and universities and new students, as well as those pursuing personal enrichment, the three-credit courses offer the opportunity to fulfill a core requirement, make up a dropped class or even earn a better grade in a short amount of time. Two classes will be held in tropical locations, offering a chance to study marine life with two acclaimed marine scientists.
The Winter Session, which runs from December 27, 2011 to January 10, 2012, offers more than 40 undergraduate and graduate classes. Courses include Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture, Terrorism (combined undergraduate and graduate), Introduction to Macroeconomics, Western Literature to the Renaissance, Advanced Digital Editing, Topics in Media Arts, Psychology of Humor and America: Visions and Critiques.
Classes are available in the morning, afternoon and evening from: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 1:15 to 5:15 p.m.; and 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., and held Monday through Friday.
The cost for the Winter Session is $625 per undergraduate credit, a savings of $313 over regular tuition rates, and $685 per graduate credit, a savings of $343. Most classes are three credits. Current C.W. Post students who wish to register for the Winter Session should contact their academic counselors. New or visiting students can complete a shortened application, available online at www.liu.edu/cwpwinter or from the Winter Session Office.
Registration is ongoing through December 27. For more information, contact the Winter Session Office at 516-299-2431